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“night market”(72 reviews)
“street food”(14 reviews)
“seafood”(31 reviews)
Rensan Rd., Renai Dist., Keelung 200, Taiwan
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Happy we came here earlier so it wasn’t crowded. There were many shops open already by lunch (about 2pm) and anyway we can’t eat all. We were happy that we tried some of the random shops and left for Taipei after. If you do not...More

Thank Crystalism
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very big, diverse and crowded market. Lots of food to experience. Bring lots of cash with you and some patience as it will be filled with lots of people and tourists. Very safe.

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you visit jiu fen, then you should also plan to visit Keelung night market. They are famous for tea tasting and enjoy the view up here. The night market had a variety of food and Taiwan famous cookies.

Thank Alex L
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

It’s a night market with a tremendous amount of food. There isn’t much of shopping available here. The temple in the middle of the night market is quite pleasant for a short browse.

3  Thank sqweeling
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

Most of the night market does not resemble the way I remembered them when I was a kid in Taiwan. Nor do the dishes taste the same, the flavored are lost even though the dishes are still called the same name. If you enjoy the...More

1  Thank semanticvision
Reviewed 22 May 2018

The Market is one long stretch of food stalls with local food. I went there during 2pm and there were stalls already opened to serve many people. It does get humid and if it rains, then you will get wet since it is an open...More

Thank undob0y
Reviewed 19 May 2018 via mobile

We went here around 1pm. It was bit crowded but we found a stall with seats available. We enjoyed the street food especially the sausage and sticky rice.

Thank Ernesto L
Reviewed 19 April 2018

Several food vendors are open during the day, and there is a temple at the end of the market that seems to pop-up out of nowhere, so if you aren't staying into the evening, it was interesting to wander through during the day too. At...More

2  Thank wldtravels
Reviewed 15 April 2018

The food at Keelung Night Market is really the best among the ones we've visited (others include Shilin, Ximending, and Raohe). Braised pork rice (鲁肉饭), oyster omelette (蚵仔煎), oyster soup (蚵仔汤), nutritious sandwich, one-bite sausage, crab thick soup (螃蟹羹), extra large bubble milk tea. These...More

1  Thank Keng Yong T
Reviewed 14 April 2018 via mobile

At first I was somewhat overwhelmed by the size of this market and it’s large crowds. However, once I got comfortable walking around I was pleasantly surprised to see how polite everyone was, including the vendors who made it easy to place my orders. Every...More

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5 August 2018|
Response from semanticvision | Reviewed this property |
From what I read from the websites, there is no off day of the week, the streets are blocked off from 5:00 PM to 11:30 PM, but there are some vendors who also have permanent restaurant which is behind the food stall, these... More
Riz C
14 November 2017|
Response from welldunn662016 | Reviewed this property |
shops setup by 5pm or even as early as 4pm. you can eat a lot of varieties by this time. but for best selection, 7pm to 10pm is peak.